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Cellentia Information Technology Company Achieves Cisco Environmental Sustainability Specialization.
We are extremely proud to announce that Cellentia Information Technology Company has achieved the Cisco Environmental Sustainability Specialization.
What is the Cisco Environmental Sustainability Specialization?
First announced at Cisco Partner Summit in November and launched this year, Cisco’s Environmental Sustainability Specialization rewards partners for supporting Cisco’s sustainability pledge and participating in their global initiative to responsibly repurpose or recycle end-of-use products.
This initiative reinforces CITC’s and Cisco’s commitment to move from a linear economy where products are used and thrown away, to a circular economy that makes better use of our limited natural resources. It builds on the dedication made by Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins at the World Economic Forum in January 2018 where he signed the Capital Equipment Pledge committing Cisco to 100% product return.
“Our most recent Cisco accreditation validates our dedication to bringing about significant and beneficial environmental changes and building a more inclusive and sustainable future for everybody and makes me feel incredibly pleased. Cellentia will keep assisting our clients in finding ways to implement environmental and sustainability practices through IT to support the global circular economy.”
Rose Anne Osamba
Cellentia Information Technology Company
The partnership not only allows Cellentia to strengthen its already sturdy roster of powerful technology brands, but it also gives them another promising storage solution to offer to the market. On the other hand, Synology gains strong leverage from Cellentia’s practical knowledge and information technology experience working with various government agencies. Founded in 2000, Synology has over six million installations, hundreds of channel partners, and six branches across the globe.
Cellentia Information Technology Company (CITC) is proud to be associated with the (AACPC) initiative. Cisco Systems’ African American Cisco Partner Community (AACPC), launched in 2020, is highlighting Black-owned Cisco partners that are building specialized technology and managed services practices and supporting their communities.
It began as a community for Cisco partners of color, but the African American Cisco Partner Community (AACPC) initiative is successfully shining a light on Black-owned partners that are building specialized technology and managed services practices and supporting their communities.